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RMW's Journal

Discussion in 'My Optimal Journal' started by RMW, Sep 23, 2019.

  1. RMW

    RMW New Member

    On it.

    No coincidence that a weekend trip up the mountains has helped me work out where I had misplaced that key.

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  2. Sean Waters

    Sean Waters New Member

    Resistance means you're on the right path... persistence is how you walk that path.

    I will try call you tomorrow I been offline/ beaching in MX
     
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  3. Sean Waters

    Sean Waters New Member

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Persistence_(psychology)

    In psychology, persistence (PS) is a personality trait. It is measured in the Temperament and Character Inventory (TCI) and is considered one of the four temperament traits. Persistence refers to perseverance in spite of fatigue or frustration.[1] Cloninger's research found that persistence, like the other temperament traits, is highly heritable. The subscales of PS in TCI-R consist of:

    1. Eagerness of effort (PS1)
    2. Work hardened (PS2)
    3. Ambitious (PS3)
    4. Perfectionist (PS4)
    A study comparing the Temperament and Character Inventory to the five factor model of personality found that persistence was substantially associated with conscientiousness.[2] Additionally, persistence was moderately positively associated with the TCI trait of self-transcendence. Research has also found that persistence is positively correlated with Activity in Zuckerman's Alternative Five model, and is negatively correlated with psychoticism in Eysenck's model.[2]
     
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  4. RMW

    RMW New Member

    This literally explains everything.
     
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